Develop your Students’ Skills with Interest-Based Learning


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Interest-based learning uses interests of the students as the basis for curriculum decision-making, which ensures that teaching responds to students’ interests, strengths, and abilities - leading to more engagement and improved learning outcomes.    

Students love technology. Integrating technology in interest-based learning empowers them with digital skills - they need to be successful today and in tomorrow’s workforce.

As per NEP 2020, applied knowledge of advanced technologies through ICT programs will equip students with digital skills needed in future job roles like Software & Applications Developers, Graphic Designers, Animators, Robotics Engineers, Data Analysts, AI & ML Specialists, and IOT Specialists.

Depending on the interests of the students, interest-based learning can be delivered through ICT programs that cover Animation, Visual Programming, Graphic Design, 3D Digital Design, Web Design, App Design, Computer Aided Design (CAD), Data Science and Analysis, Social Networks, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Game Design, Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), Project Management & Entrepreneurship, Electronics & Maker Tools, Robotics, App Controlled Devices, Rapid Prototyping (3D Printing), Internet of Things (IOT).

In addition, ICT programs that offer ICT Teacher Training & Professional Development programs help to expand teaching effectiveness, builds their confidence, and makes them more effective. It supports them to implement the ICT curriculum and effectively deliver the ICT courses in their schools.

Here’s how Interest-Based Learning benefits the students:

MindBox is a creative & tech education program that incorporates skill-based learning and research-based multidisciplinary curriculum. The teaching methodology is in line with NEP 2020 that deploys design thinking & coding curriculum and project-based learning to develop a solution mindset among students in a fun & engaging environment. With 50+ partner schools across India, it empowers students with digital skills through its School Programs.

MindBox ICT 2.0 Program - the next generation of ICT curriculum - is based on the guidelines of Curricula for ICT in Education. It aims to equip both - students & teachers with tech skills through train-the-teacher program, integrated design and advanced tech curriculum, STEAM – project-based learning methodology, skill development framework, grade-wise reference textbook and reflective journal, periodic assessments, evaluation, & analytics report, gamification and LMS for students and teachers for synchronous & asynchronous learning.

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